Blogs

Is this crunch time for residential landlords?

Proposed new legislation is latest in a fast-changing landscape for private rented sector Residential landlords already struggling to keep up with legislation and guidelines, including...

Lucy Penfold

Senior Solicitor, Dispute Resolution
Residential Property | 27th July 2022

How does the Right to Buy scheme work?

In June, the Prime Minister announced an extension to the Right to Buy scheme in an attempt to make home ownership possible for millions more...

Jeremy Jupp

Partner, Residential Property
Dispute Resolution | 22nd July 2022

What are you entitled to if your flight is delayed...

Holidays abroad are back, but due to staff shortages, airports are struggling, and flights are being routinely cancelled and delayed across the country, including domestic...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Residential Property | 20th July 2022

Stamp duty changes ahead for multiple and mixed-use purchases

Property buyers looking to pay reduced rates of stamp duty when buying multiple residential properties or claiming mixed residential and non-residential use can expect a...

Jeremy Jupp

Partner, Residential Property

Employer’s guide to implementing the four-day work week

The world’s largest pilot of a four-day work week has launched in the UK. The pilot will last six months, with 70 companies and 3,300...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator
Family | 4th July 2022

Parental Alienation – What are the signs and what should...

Over the last few years the Court has seen an increase in the number of cases raising issues of parental alienation.  Being prevented from having...

Dimple Patel

Associate, Family Law

Navigating the gig economy and the choppy channel across to...

Businesses looking to expand may consider a franchise model as the solution to future growth without the demands of capital investment.  But getting franchising terms...

Jane Crosby

Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution & Accredited Mediator

Check the ground rules to avoid boundary disputes  

Warm weather and longer days sees a surge in interest in garden works each year, and where householders improve and replace, boundary disputes are sure...

Lucy Penfold

Senior Solicitor, Dispute Resolution
Family | 8th June 2022

Taking children abroad – do you require the other parent’s...

Summer holidays abroad Now that the days are getting longer, the sun has come out, and Covid restrictions are lifting, many of us are dreaming...

Ellie Newbery

Consultant, Family Law
Wills, Trusts & Estates | 1st June 2022

HMRC announces updated approach to clearance process and timeline for...

In its recent Trusts and Estates Newsletter for April 2022, HMRC announced some changes to the processing of IHT 100 forms, which changes the timelines...

Louise Harrhy

Partner, Head of Trusts & Estates